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Do not play with farmers' interests: Rajnath tells opposition

Do not play with farmers' interests: Rajnath tells opposition

This was confirmed by Home Minister Bhupendra Singh, who had earlier issued a strong denial. In another development, the Madhya Pradesh Government has removed and transferred Mandsaur Collector Swatantra Kumar Singh and District Superintendent of Police (SP) Omprakash Tripathi for their reported inability to contain and control the farmers' protest that led to the deaths of five farmers' earlier this week.



3rd London Bridge attacker named as Youssef Zaghba

Police on Tuesday carried out a new search in a neighbourhood in east London near the home of two of the London Bridge attackers. This was the safe house where the attack was planned, police said. A court review later determined there was not enough evidence to proceed with terrorism charges against Zaghba, but Italian security officials are said to have sent an alert to London detailing the information gathered.


Ahmadiyya Muslim community across Scotland unites to 'strongly condemn' London terror attack

Ahmadiyya Muslim community across Scotland unites to 'strongly condemn' London terror attack

After the horrendous incident in which seven people lost their lives and many others were injured, the leaders expressed grief and issued a public statement. On the Westminster Bridge following the attack were scores of members of Muslim organisations, condemning the attack and telling the world that such cowardly acts were not done in the name of Islam.



China's Xi tells Modi issues should be managed "appropriately"

Nawaz said Pakistan as a full member of the SCO would strive further to achieve the collective objectives of the organisation for regional cooperation, connectivity and economic prosperity. " There was an understanding that where we have differences, it is important that differences should not become disputes and in fact if they were handled well, could even be opportunities ", Jaishankar told reporters.


Three-way tie atop FESJC leaderboard after two rounds

Three-way tie atop FESJC leaderboard after two rounds

The world number 21 has started well in Memphis, shooting an opening round of 65 before moving on to nine-under overall with a four-under 66 on Friday, leaving him in a share of the lead heading in to the weekend. Shanshan Feng had a 69 to move to 10 under, in a tie with Bronte Law (65) and Minjee Lee (66). However, the South African could so easily have been at the summit of the leader board by himself had he just holed a few more putts.



Penguins crush Predators 6-0

The Penguins will have the chance to become the first team to repeat as Stanley Cup champions since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997-98. Pittsburgh C Sidney Crosby reached 20 career points in Stanley Cup Final games, moving one ahead of Mario Lemieux for the club record.